Researchers of the German Aerospace Center built a robotic hand that is similar to a human one with five individually moving fingers and 38 tendons connected to a motor located on the forearm. The limb can withstand collisions up to a 66 G impact. It can also determine the amount of hardness in the objects it picks up. Lead designer Markus Grebenstein claims that the cost will come to 70,000 - 100,000 euros. The team will be working on a DLR Hand/Arm System next, a two armed torso.